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Honey Juice #9 | NEIPA Recipe

Honey Juice #9

NEIPA – 5.5 Gal - OG 1.060 – FG 1.015– ABV 6.0% - IBU 32 – SRM 5.5

Wait!?? How can this be #9 if this is the first Honey Juice recipe? Well… We have been quietly brewing this recipe countless times (ok maybe 8 times) for the past 18 months here at KJ. This is our “house” New England IPA. The grain bill is set in stone and we tend to just tweak the hops and yeast based on availability of ingredients. The finished beer always ends up being hazy without being too opaque, and it bursts with citrus and tropical fruit hop flavours. Finally, the addition of the honey malt gives it a delightful, sweet finish. We’ve been handing this recipe out to people all year looking for a new NEIPA recipe, but we figured it was time to make it legit and turn it into an official Beer of the Month.

Honey Juice #9 is very similar to Honey Juice #3 (#1 in our hearts) which also featured all Galaxy hops, but the yeast for this one is different. This time we got a personal recommendation from Phill at Escarpment Labs. He strongly recommended Laerdal for this blend of hops and grains… so if you hate the recipe, you know who to blame.

Full Description and Instructions Here!

Ingredients

Grains
  • 2 Row x 9lbs
  • Flaked Wheat x 1lb
  • Flaked Oats x 1lb
  • Golden Naked Oats x 0.5lbs
  • Honey Malt x 0.75lbs
  • Acidulated Malt x .2lbs
Hops (ALL POST BOIL)
  • Galaxy (14.2%) - 2oz @ Flameout for 10 minutes, do NOT cool for 10 minutes
  • Galaxy (14.2%) - 2oz @ 175°F for 10 minutes, do NOT cool for 10 minutes
  • Galaxy (14.2%) - 1oz @ 160°F 
  • DRY HOP | Galaxy 2oz two days into fermentation. 

Total Galaxy Hops - 7 ounces (almost half a pound)

Yeast
  • Laerdal Kveik (Escarpment Labs)
Extras (Must be purchased separately)
  • Calcium Chloride - 4g (0.8tsp) in mash
  • DME/Dextrose - 150g at bottling for priming
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